Pleyel only make 25 pianos a year

Facing the competition of piano makers from China and Korea, the world’s oldest piano firm and the last still operating in France, Pleyel has stopped making the conventional piano. Instead, they are now focusing on innovative design. If you have never heard of Pleyel before, they used to make piano for the Polish composer Frederic Chopin.

The most prized product they are working on now is an aubergine-colored grand piano with a turquoise interior and transparent legs.

Piano has been invented 250 years ago. Pleyel had been making pianos for 203 years. Lately, they had shifted its product range to the top end of the market due to the Asian competition and the falling demand for pianos on the French market. They only make 25 pianos in a year.

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